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You Made It Political With Matt Clark
S2021 Ep108: Sleepy Joe hits another new low... 36% approval, OUCH!

You Made It Political With Matt Clark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 32:27


Sleepy Joe hits another new low... 36% approval rating, OUCH! Recent polls also show that Americans want GOP to control the House and Senate.

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 169: PL #169 (November 18, 2021) and Interview with Dan Cleary of Striker

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 68:13


Welcome back to the Radio Show and Playlist #169. We have the pleasure of interviewing Dan Cleary from the band Striker.Plus, we have music by the following bands:Wicked Sensation, Breed of Aggression, Howling Giant with Bob Balch, Darker Days, Kaasin, Striker, Heartline, N.A.S.H., Burial Waves, The Cheats and Flickertail Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Podomatic, Podbean, and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

Brooke and Jubal
BUSTED! Cheaters get Exposed (11/17/21)

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 6:59


Imagine coming home to surprise your partner only to find out that they're in bed with someone else.. Ouch. This segment is all about you telling us your worst cheating story EVER. Ready to call your significant other out? We definitely are.

Your Intentional Life
My Reality Check (Ouch...)

Your Intentional Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 11:01


In this unstructured and vulnerable episode, I'm sharing the reality check that I WISH I would've gotten a few years ago... --Find me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/britanybayley Or shoot me an email: hello@brittanybayley.com 

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Straight Fire w/ Jason McIntyre - The Chiefs are Back, a Backup Plan for Baker Mayfield & MNF Best Bet

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 52:56


On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a deep dive into the Kansas City Chiefs demolition of the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football. Patrick Mahomes threw for over 400 yards and 5 touchdowns in the blowout victory, so of course everybody wants to know: Are the Chiefs officially back? Producer Rob G argues that this game said a whole lot more about the ineptitude and poor game planning by the Raiders than anything, but it's hard not to come away impressed by Kansas City in this one. What's more, the schedule eases up in a big way so we could see the Chiefs end up with 11 or 12 wins when it's all said and done. Sticking in the AFC, it might be time for the Cleveland Browns to start canvassing the League for potential Baker Mayfield replacements in 2022. The Browns had their doors blown off them by Mac Jones and the New England Patriots on Sunday, and Mayfield's inability to convert on third down was a big reason why. So if you're Cleveland, and we assume that guys like Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson are out of the question, would it make sense to go after someone like Jimmy G? Derek Carr? Tua? One thing is clear at this point - Baker's stranglehold on the starting gig beyond this season is loosening by the minute. Later, the guys take a look at two other AFC teams who really let us down on Sunday - the Los Angeles Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. A few weeks ago, Jason called Justin Herbert the best young quarterback in the NFL. Since then they've lost 4 of 5. Ouch. And don't get us started on the Steelers. How the heck do you tie a game against the hapless Detroit Lions? Big Ben being down with COVID isn't a good excuse for a putrid performance like that from Mike Tomlin and the boys. Finally, Jason and Rob G go head-to-head in a very special Los Angeles Rams vs San Francisco 49ers Monday Night Football edition of the Best Bet. Click here to subscribe, rate and review all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
The Chiefs are Back, a Backup Plan for Baker Mayfield & MNF Best Bet

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 52:56


On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a deep dive into the Kansas City Chiefs demolition of the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football. Patrick Mahomes threw for over 400 yards and 5 touchdowns in the blowout victory, so of course everybody wants to know: Are the Chiefs officially back? Producer Rob G argues that this game said a whole lot more about the ineptitude and poor game planning by the Raiders than anything, but it's hard not to come away impressed by Kansas City in this one. What's more, the schedule eases up in a big way so we could see the Chiefs end up with 11 or 12 wins when it's all said and done. Sticking in the AFC, it might be time for the Cleveland Browns to start canvassing the League for potential Baker Mayfield replacements in 2022. The Browns had their doors blown off them by Mac Jones and the New England Patriots on Sunday, and Mayfield's inability to convert on third down was a big reason why. So if you're Cleveland, and we assume that guys like Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson are out of the question, would it make sense to go after someone like Jimmy G? Derek Carr? Tua? One thing is clear at this point - Baker's stranglehold on the starting gig beyond this season is loosening by the minute. Later, the guys take a look at two other AFC teams who really let us down on Sunday - the Los Angeles Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. A few weeks ago, Jason called Justin Herbert the best young quarterback in the NFL. Since then they've lost 4 of 5. Ouch. And don't get us started on the Steelers. How the heck do you tie a game against the hapless Detroit Lions? Big Ben being down with COVID isn't a good excuse for a putrid performance like that from Mike Tomlin and the boys. Finally, Jason and Rob G go head-to-head in a very special Los Angeles Rams vs San Francisco 49ers Monday Night Football edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 239: Ep #239 Gary Shea Interview, Music by Alcatrazz, The Jokers, Last Temptation and 5 Qs with Ralph Sutton

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 62:51


Joining the show this week Mr. Gary Shea. As you know Gary is one of the original members of the band Alcatrazz. Listen in as Gary talks about their new album, about the awesome guitar players who have been in the band through the years, Woodstock in 1969 and a whole lot more. We have music for you by Alcatrazz, The Jokers and Last Temptation. So turn it up and get ready to rock.Another round of Five Questions and this time it's with Ralph Sutton from the S.D.R show. What questions will Ralph answer from the boys?Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, Podbean and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

ChipChat
Big Bird defeats Texas faster than Greg Abbott rolling down the stairs

ChipChat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 101:24


Big Bird triggered Ted Cruz, we meet a lawyer who might not be, Greg Abbott attempts to harm Texan children but the ADA stands up for them, and we go OUCH!

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
Salute to Veterans, 2nd Grader Rips Board, LIBron Wrong Again, Libs Dump on Vax, Chiefs and OBJ?

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 54:43


   We have a salute to veterans theme on this episode featuring a terrific song at the end written for vets called, "Mr. Red, White and Blue."  We know you will like it.    A second grader in Tampa appears before the school board for a second time after being suspended 38 times for not wearing a mask.  She crushes them, we'll play it for you.   LIBron James is wrong again after some really stupid comments on social media about the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.   Every day now, more and more libs are speaking out that the vaccine isn't all that it's cracked up to be, Bill Gates now calls it a failure.  Ouch, this is really falling about for the Rona Freaks.    Are the Chiefs really pursuing Odell Beckham jr?  It's impossible to tell from comments by Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes.  And the "Mexicutioner" Joakim Soria retires after 14 incredible years in MLB.  

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 168: PL #168 (November 11, 2021) and Interview with Rich Nguyen and Mike Martin of Breaking in a Sequence

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 70:35


Welcome back to the Radio Show and Playlist #168. We have the pleasure of interviewing Rich Nguyen and Mike Martin from the band Breaking in a Sequence.Plus, we have music by the following bands:Green Desert Water, Immerser, Sertraline, As Within, So Without, Seven Stones, Breaking in a Sequence, Crashdiet, Shotgun Facelift, Deceased, Thirty Fates and SupersuckersJoin Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Podomatic, Podbean, and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

JD Talkin Sports
JD TALKIN SPORTS #902

JD Talkin Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 74:08


I just saw the Jokic forearm shiver to Morris.  Ouch.Aaron Rodgers is an athlete not an activist.  Alright.Bills are 13 point favorites over Jets Sunday at Metlife.   They looked terrible in Jacksonville on Sunday.  Six points????UFC 268 those were some awesome fights.  Gaethje vs Chandler was a war.  Where will OBJ end up?  

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast
Well, That stings a bit...

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 8:30


Twitch put some CBD lotion that MJ gave him, onto his sore GROIN. Not realizing it was MENTHILATED! OUCH!!!!!!!! Then, they talk about a national story regarding parents getting the WRONG BABIES! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ouch: Disability Talk
'It was magical' - the first disabled crew to fly in zero-gravity

Ouch: Disability Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 29:27


While millions of people might dream about space travel, with the exacting requirements often expected of astronauts some disabled people might have counted themselves out...until now. Mission: AstroAccess - a crew of disabled scientists, students and artists based in America - has just launched to make space travel accessible for all the right reasons. Wouldn't it make sense if a shuttle could be navigated by a blind person so, if the lights went down, everyone could get around? And what about making sign language a requirement so everyone could be in on the conversation? Then again, how does signing work when you're floating upside down? Mary Cooper, who has a prosthetic leg, and Sina Bahram, who is blind, are two of the crew members who set out to find answers to these questions on board Mission: AstroAccess's first parabolic flight where they floated around in zero gravity. Presented by Beth Rose. Subscribe to this podcast on BBC Sounds or say "Ask the BBC for Ouch" to your smart speaker. Picture credit: Al Powers at Zero Gravity Corporation

Double Barrel Gaming
Would Crystal Dynamics & Eidos-Montréal Be A Good Fit For Xbox Game Studios? Forza Horizon 5 GOTY?

Double Barrel Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 160:33


TIME STAMP Information: 00:00 Panel Intros 15:00 With Forza Horizon 5 being the Highest Reviewed game of 2021, should it be nominated for the Geoff Keighley's Game Awards in December?? 1:17:00 During an investors meeting, the President of Square/Enix threw Crystal Dynamics under the Quinjet and declared the studio wasn't capable of handling Marvel's The Avengers, OUCH. The panel discusses IF Microsoft would be a GREAT fit for that studio as 1st Party & has it already happened?? 2:20:00 Panel Outros & Special Message To The Community --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-ravitch/support

Mornings with Jeff & Rebecca
What Does "Loving Your Enemies" Look Like?

Mornings with Jeff & Rebecca

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 2:26


It would be remiss of me to think that there is anyone in this world that has never had an enemy. Much less, somebody that they have actively rooted against or wished they failed. Sadly, no one has escaped these thoughts and while Jesus has specifically called us to love our enemies (Matthew 5:43-48), what does that look like exactly? A recent quote from Dorothy Day really has convicted me when she said:"I only love God as much as I love the person I love the least."Ouch, right? It's a staunch reminder that the way we love others showcases our love for our God. I'm also reminded that I can't truly say I love God and then go on to hate my brother or sister (1 John 4:20).Proverbs 24:17 also reminds us specifically:"Do not gloat when your enemy falls, and do not let your heart rejoice when he stumbles," - Proverbs 24:17In Matthew 22, Jesus outlined the two most important commandments in the Bible which was to love God with all of your heart and then to love your neighbor as yourself. The reason I love this is because I believe it conveys priority in how to accomplish this type of love in our lives. In order for us to love our neighbors and our brothers/sisters, we have to love God. If we try to love these people without loving God first and foremost, we won't love them properly or at all.If I'm rooting for the demise of a person rather than the demise of a problem, it reveals a lot about the state of my heart because like Dorothy Day says, "I only love God as much as I love the person I love the least." Our goal for loving those around us should always be to love others the way Christ loves us and that includes having the humility to understand that we don't deserve grace anymore than the next person, regardless of the difference of sin.Truly loving our enemies doesn't simply mean that we don't acknowledge hatred, but it goes a step beyond that to wish for the very best for them. That God's will for their life would be realized and accepted by them. That God would prosper and flourish them as they seek to follow His leading in their life. Whether they are a Christian or not, our hearts should never root against them. It should desire to see them the way that God does. 

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 238: Ep #238 Top 15 Iron Maiden Songs with Anne and Kirsten, Music by Upon Wings and 5 Qs with Tony Levin

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 80:18


It's time for another Top 15 and this go-around we are doing the legendary metal band Iron Maiden. Of course, we will not do this on our own, as we bring on a couple die-hard Iron Maiden fans to make a list themselves. Welcome to the show Anne Erickson, singer and bass player for the band Upon Wings and host of Audio Ink. Also coming back again, our good friend, the lead singer of the band The Iron Maiden's, Ms. Kirsten Rosenberg aka Bruce Chickinson. We have music for you by Anne's band Upon Wings. So turn it up and get ready to rock.Another round of Five Questions and this time it's with Tony Levin. What questions will Tony answer from the boys?Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, Podbean and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

TFYLP
TFYLP 454 – Ouch My TF Con

TFYLP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 102:03


The cast discusses their hauls from TF Con 2021

Stop Writing Alone
[Happy Campers Interview] Allen Carter | On the Page and the Stage

Stop Writing Alone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 60:55


This episode is part of the Happy Campers Interview series. Since April 2020, Nicole Rivera has been hosting an online writing community intensive called the Happy Campers Club. Now Nicole is writing the Stop Writing Alone book about all of her experience with writing community, and wanted to the perspective from the members in the club. This is one interview toward that end.   Allen Carter is a Canadian author and musician who has taken his love of performance to the page. He has experience with ghostwriting, writing for educational markets, and his own joy of writing SciFi. This week Al shares these experiences in a conversation about finding writing community, battling imposter syndrome (on the page and the stage), and his newfound love of the power of pens!   Mentioned in this episode:   Allen Carter's  website https://allencarter.ca  IG https://instagram.com/the_write_crowd?utm_me OUCH! book https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08L8H3YFB/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_RWE2KCABJQMSQQKR5QXN  Chaker Khazaal's Amazon list https://www.amazon.ca/Chaker-Khazaal/e/B00BPE1V9Y/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1  Music for coffee break from freesound by lemoncreme https://freesound.org/people/Lemoncreme/sounds/186942/  https://www.facebook.com/groups/2205774733034348/ Stop Writing Alone Bookshop https://bookshop.org/shop/Stopwritingalone  NV Rivera YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpPlp1EVzQhDFPdGp5w2KoQ?view_as=subscriber  Stay connected to learn about all Stop Writing Alone stuff -- get on Nicole's email list: https://mailchi.mp/ff8df93e57dc/penpals  Buy Nicole a coffee (AKA support the podcast!) https://ko-fi.com/stopwritingalone   Places to connect to the STOP WRITING ALONE community and introduce yourself: Stop Writing Alone FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/stopwritingalone/ Join the Stop Writing Alone with Nicole Rivera FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2205774733034348/ Stop Writing Alone website: https://stopwritingalone.com/ Join the Stop Writing Alone email list: https://mailchi.mp/ff8df93e57dc/penpals  Stop Writing Alone Instagram account https://www.instagram.com/stopwritingalone/  Nicole's Twitter: https://twitter.com/nv_rivera  The Stop Writing Alone voice number (call to introduce yourself!): (646) 907-9607    When you find a group of people who lift you up on a daily basis, it is important to share their awesome. Here are links to the women in Nicole's Mastermind group (currently going by the name The Voxer Vixens!). Please support these women who do so much to support Nicole on a daily basis! Kim A. Flodin https://www.kelekilove.com/  Lisa Murray https://ihavedreamsdammit.com/ Claire Oldham West https://slimmingstories.podbean.com/ Johanna Jaquez-Peralta https://www.instagram.com/latina_livin_keto/ Emma Isaacs https://www.instagram.com/emmaisaacsdesign/   

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
How Health Care Costs Can Ruin Your Retirement

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 4:37


This week on the Retirement Quick Tips Podcast, I'm talking about the 5 ways to ruin your retirement...and all have nothing to do with the economy, the stock market, social security, inflation, or interest rates.  Today, I'm talking about how health care costs can ruin your retirement. Healthcare is one of the biggest expenses for most retirees - ranking right up there with housing and transportation costs, and it comes with an equally big lifetime price tag.  Fidelity estimates that about 15% of the average retiree's annual expenses will be used for health care-related expenses, including Medicare premiums and out-of-pocket expenses.  In that same study, Fidelity found that the average retired couple age 65 in 2019 will spend $285,000 on health care expenses in retirement. For single retirees, the estimate is $150,000 for women and $135,000 for men. Ouch!  On an annual basis, in my experience I find that most of my clients end up spending $5,000-$15,000 per year on healthcare costs.  And then there's the big unknown of long-term care costs. If you require long-term care for an extended period or if you develop dementia or Altzheimer's, the costs skyrocket. The estimated lifetime cost of care for someone with dementia is $341,840. There's about a 50/50 chance that you'll need some form of long-term care in your lifetime, and 15% of Americans will spend more than $250,000 on long-term care in our lifetime.  Those expenses can wipe out your wealth, which is why it's so important to understand your options and protect yourself. If you're in your 50s it's a good time to look seriously at a long-term care policy and decide if you're going to purchase coverage or take your chances with self-funding if you need expensive long-term care later in life. The takeaway with today's episode is that understanding your annual costs for healthcare in retirement is essential. Medicare isn't free. You'll still have out-of-pocket expenses each year. Make sure you understand what those costs are likely to be and make sure you include those expenses in your annual retirement budget before you retire.  That's it for today. Thanks for listening! My name is Ashley Micciche and this is the Retirement Quick Tips podcast.  --------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 167: Playlist #167 (November 4, 2021) and Interview with Kartsy Hatakka of Waltari

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 73:07


Welcome back to the Radio Show and Playlist #167. We have the pleasure of interviewing Kartsy Hatakk from the band Waltari.Plus, we have music by the following bands:Ravenbreed, Devoid, Poison Boys, The Daydream District, Mad Butcher, Waltari, Vandalizer, The Mayor', Black & Damned, The Other and Rohan Rajadhyaks Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Podomatic, Podbean, and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

Brooke and Jubal
BUSTED! Cheaters get Exposed (11/03/21)

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 6:57


Imagine coming home to surprise your partner only to find out that they're in bed with someone else.. Ouch. This segment is all about you telling us your worst cheating story EVER. Ready to call your significant other out? We definitely are.

The Fantasy Blink
Ouch! My Foot!

The Fantasy Blink

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 43:11


NFL Recap, MLB, and more - Episode #386

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 237: Ep #237 Roddy Chong Interview, Music by Lou Siffer and The Howling Demons, Barnabas Sky, Night Ranger, Plush and 5 Qs with Mickey Thomas

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 59:54


On a very special edition of Ouch, You're on my Hair, we welcome Trans Siberian Orchestra (TSO) Violinist Roddy Chong. Roddy tells us about something really cool TSO is doing with Veteran Tickets (VetTix) on November 4, 2021 to honor Veterans. Hear all about it and much more on this episode.  Are you a Veteran and to sign up for VetTix, click here: https://www.vettix.org/ref/398190We have music for you by Lou Siffer and The Howling Demons, Barnabas Sky, Night Ranger and Plush. So turn it up and get ready to rock.Another round of Five Questions and this time it's with Mickey Thomas. What questions will Mickey answer from the boys?Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, Podbean and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

One Rental At A Time
Is AirBnB the Cause of Housing Shortage? YEAH NEW TAXES, Robinhood Ouch, Coke

One Rental At A Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 19:17


*NEW ITEM!* Purchase my newest book! "15 Conversations with Real Estate Millionaires" https://amzn.to/3CGOWOU

Tested Podcast
Ouch! Animals get COVID vaccines at the NC Zoo

Tested Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 13:15


The North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro has administered first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to 33 of its animals.

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 166: Playlist #166 (October 28, 2021) and Interview with Angie and Ryan from Kitty Junk

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 68:41


Welcome back to the Radio Show and Playlist #166. We have the pleasure of interviewing Angie and Ryan from the band Kitty Junk.Plus, we have music by the following bands:Testarossa, Michael Schinkel's Eternal Flame, Helgrind, Mustasch, 5ive Years Gone, Kitty Junk, Shock Wave, Split Heaven, Wicked Smile, Blue Heron, and B.U.S. Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Podomatic, Podbean, and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

Protrusive Dental Podcast
Occlusal Equilibration Ain’t Dead! With Dr Koray Feran – PDP094

Protrusive Dental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 78:53


"Wait, Dentists still carry out Equilibration?!", that was the reply in our recent discussion on the Protrusive Telegram group when I announced this episode. Yes, Saranga, they still do! The topic of occlusal equilibration is a very controversial one. In this episode you'll realise the WHY and HOW an equilibration is carried out by one of the best Dentists I ever had a pleasure of shadowing (and also one of the most precise and OCD Dentists I know!) Dr Koray Feran. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CjKu24R5GU Check out the full episode on the Protrusive YouTube Channel! Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Let us learn more about the potential benefits and challenges of equilibration with Dr. Koray Feran, who is a wet fingered practitioner of the highest calibre. Protrusive Dental Pearl: When you have a patient who has a crowding and they want veneers, and you want to convince them to have some orthodontics first..... Instead of saying, “Oh, I have to remove this part of the tooth.” You could instead say “I don't want to have to remove your healthy body parts to be able to achieve this goal.” Language is powerful! “Equilibration is one bit of the pie, it's a tool. It's not a magical process. It's to resolve a situation that you've diagnosed.” - Dr. Koray Feran In this episode, we talked about, Does equilibration matter? 9:38What is equilibration? 11:59What are we trying to achieve in equilibration? 21:12When should finding centric relation be a part of examination protocol? 29:18We discuss full mouth comprehensive dentistry and preventing failure 33:32Orthodontics is full mouth rehab! 49:26Risks and Benefits of Equilibration 46:00Fundamental rules of Occlusal Equilibration 52:33Protocol after equilibration 57:09Why is equilibration not routinely practiced by Dentists?  1:02:12 To learn more about equilibration, check out Dr. Koray's occlusion course! If you loved this episode, you will definitely like If You're Not In CR, You Will Die with Dr Kushal Gadhia! Click below for full episode transcript: Opening Snippet: And then suddenly you're through the enamel. Ouch that hurts. Equilibration should never be, never go through the enamel, never. Okay? If the equilibration has to go through that enamel you finally have to chop a large amount of a tooth. You should consider orthodontics or you should consider additive reconstruction to the whole occlusion. You shouldn't need to adjust three, four millimeters off a tooth. It's ridiculous... Jaz's Introduction: Equilibration is just one of those really controversial topics within occlusion and within dentistry in general, right? It can really split a room. Like the other day on Facebook and on the telegram group when I asked you guys which episode Do you want next? And I suggested we could have one about a Equilibration. My buddy Saranga said, Hey, we still do a Equilibration? I thought we didn't do equilibration anymore? And I remember attending a BDA event. I think I was maybe one year qualified. And Professor, actually I was a dental student, and Professor Robert Ibbotson, who was there, you know, very experience towards the end of his career, restorative consult at that time, he said he hadn't done an equilibration since 1984. And he thought it was pointless. Whereas I know other great clinicians who I really respect who carry out equilibration, a fair amount because they're doing bigger cases, and they see it as a really vital tool, a really vital step as part of their reconstruction. So which is the right answer? Hopefully in today's episode, you'll get a bit more information about equilibration, which is actually really difficult to find if you open your textbooks or if you search online, it's not much out there about equilibration, which is why I'm so excited to bring on an absolute superstar guest today. His name is Dr. Koray Feran, an absolute legend. I saw him lecture when I was just two months qualified...

Shootin' the Sh*t with Dave & Ellen
EP 139: Bamboo Toilet paper owner Jay Brooks, Bumboo

Shootin' the Sh*t with Dave & Ellen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 57:31


We welcome Chief Bumboo-er and founder of Bumboo Toilet Paper, Jay Brooks. Jay walked us through how he started this new TP company and how he accidentally wiped with a poison oak leaf…OUCH!! Jay is a sponsor and he was super fun to talk to. He shred why bamboo TP is the future and why we all need to make the switch from the standard TP brands. A great interview followed by Shitty Choices and a crazy news story you have to hear. #giveasheet Visit Bumboo at  WEBSITE: www.gobumboo.com USE PROMO CODE: HEYPOOPY at checkout ------------------------------------------------- Sponsor Links: BUMBOO : https://www.gobumboo.com ------------------------------------------------- SUPPORT THE SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/HeyPoopypodcast   FOLLOW HEY POOPY PODCAST AT: Instagram @heypoopypodcast Twitter @HeyPoopy YouTube Hey Poopy Dave Ellen Website www.heypoopypodcast.com Email heypoopypodcast@gmail.com Call Us at 203-998-5579   RATE, REVIEW DOWNLOAD AND SUBSCRIBE AT: Tunes Spotify Pandora Stitcher Libsyn Google Amazon or wherever you get your podcasts

It's All Related
Episode 34: How to Be Spirited and Not Frustrated

It's All Related

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 39:26


We are blessed to have both Sonia C.'s daughters on this week's podcast! This episode was born out of frustration! Mercury is in retrograde, so you know what that means, nothing was going according to plan. If anything, this was a big lesson for the ladies on why it's important to not push too hard against bad currents.    This week's theme is about: Spirited vs. Spiritual    Sonia C. has had a lot of bad experiences lately. She is in the middle of rewriting her book, Trust Your Vibes, something she's rewritten repeatedly thus far! And her editor crossed out some of the hard work she has done. Ouch! You're supposed to trust your vibes! And yet, Sonia C. is just working against the grain. Sonia T. completely understands! Wires are just getting crossed on her website. Since she's been travelling, her morning routine has been a little bit garbled too. It's all a process.    The ladies recap on a time where they tried too hard. It was called ‘Family Meeting'! This meeting was always held on a Sunday and it involved a rain stick. Sonia T. and Sabrina laugh about it now, but it caused a lot of frustration within their family. Why was there a rain stick? Why did they have to introduce themselves to each other every time? It made no sense! Talk about not being spirited. This is the perfect example of how they weren't properly intuned with each other.    Question of the Week: Is it possible to befriend a spirit of a person that makes you feel uncomfortable?   Tool of the Week: Don't try hard. Be spirited instead of being spiritual.    Continue on Your Journey: More Sonia Choquette at www.soniachoquette.com More Sonia Tully at www.Soniatully.com Connect with Sabrina at www.sabrinatully.com Join Sonia Choquette's Vibe Tribe Follow Sonia Choquette on Instagram Follow Sonia Tully on Instagram Download Sonia Tully's Intuitive Workbook and Meditation Buy Sonia and Sabrina's Book You Are Amazing Ask your intuitive questions at: itsallrelatedpodcastquestions@gmail.com

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 236: Ep #236 Interview with Carl Canedy, Music by The 450s, Galaxy, Skam, Planet Fatale and My Time with a Rock Star

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 59:25


On this episode, with have the pleasure to talk with drummer Carl Canedy. Carl, an original member of Manowar and legendary metal outfit The Rods, plus The 450s and his own band Canedy, has been staying busy for a very long time. Carl talks all about The 450s new self-titled album coming out November 19, The Rods, time with Ronnie James Dio and more.We have music for you by The 450s, Galaxy, Skam and Planet Fatale. So turn it up and get ready to rock.In a segment we call "My Time with a Rock Star", please welcome Ethan. Listen in as he talks about his time with Iron Maiden.Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, Podbean and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

BarstoolDMV-Baltimore Podcast
Instant Analysis Week 7: Bengals Roll The Ravens 41-17

BarstoolDMV-Baltimore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 38:28


We Still Like Each Other
Episode 018: Open Marriage

We Still Like Each Other

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 55:11


This week Stephanie and Travis discuss being honest about your intentions when initiating a relationship (sexual or romantic). We've all heard “just be honest at the beginning so no one gets hurt”. Yet there are people who rather get what they want and dash. Ouch. What's the difference between directly paying for a sexual transaction and paying for dates and gifts with hopes of getting sex in return? We know one actually guarantees the sex. The other leads to disappointment, guilted/intimidated consent. Do you know anyone in an open relationship? Open marriage? Travis and Stephanie weigh in on this dynamic. Could you guess who has wanted to try it? Well sort of try it. Relationships have been evolving publicly in ways we wouldn't have imagined just a few years ago. Polyamory works for some and sounds like torture for others.

Salt Strong Fishing
UNCHURCHED #103 - Get As Fired Up About Your Family As Gabby Petito, Biden, & Trump!!

Salt Strong Fishing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 16:35


I was recently "busted" by my wife who called me out for spending too much time reading about and discussing the Gabby Petito case. Her point was, "Why not spend that time with me and our kids?" OUCH!!! So it got me thinking... what if we all spent less time getting all fired up about politics, news, masks, murders, and presidents and spent more time focused on our family? Can you imagine what that would do? It would certainly create a ripple effect that could impact the entire country. All from just less engagement with the news and social media and more time with our family. So listen in as I share a personal story of how I learned this the hard way.

Your Anxiety Toolkit
Ep. 207 Fierce Self-Compassion (with Kristen Neff)

Your Anxiety Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 32:23


This is Your Anxiety Toolkit - Episode 207. Welcome to Your Anxiety Toolkit. I'm your host, Kimberley Quinlan. This podcast is fueled by three main goals. The first goal is to provide you with some extra tools to help you manage your anxiety. Second goal, to inspire you. Anxiety doesn't get to decide how you live your life. And number three, and I leave the best for last, is to provide you with one big, fat virtual hug, because experiencing anxiety ain't easy. If that sounds good to you, let's go. Welcome back, everybody. This is a really exciting podcast today. We have back on the show the amazing Kristin Neff. Now, as you all know, we're doing a 30-day Self-Compassion Challenge and it is the perfect time to bring on Kristin Neff, who has written a new book called Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power, and Thrive. Now, while the book is directed towards women, it actually is for everybody. So, we're speaking today in this interview about fear self-compassion and it's for everybody. It's particularly valid to those of us who are struggling with anxiety and have to really work hard at facing fears every day. I am so grateful we got to have Kristin on. She had so many beautiful things to say. If you like the episode, please go over and purchase her book. She too has a book out and again, it's called Fierce Self-Compassion, and it might help you really deep dive into this practice of fierce self-compassion. Before we get over to the show, let's talk about the “I did a hard thing” segment. This one we have is from Eric, and he has said: “I've been working on my anxiety about the heat by spending every day I can in the sauna of my gym. I work up a good full-body sweat, and it feels so uncomfortable, but I stick with it knowing it will pay off.” Eric, this is so amazing. What an amazing way for you to stare your fear in the face, practice being uncomfortable. I love it. In addition to that, let's move right over to the review of the week. This one is from Emily. Emily says: “Kimberley consistently shares a genuine compassion across all of her podcast episodes. She's been a source of encouragement on my journey with OCD, anxiety, and depression because her message remains one of the consistent self-compassion while sharing a realistic perspective and the reality of mental health struggles.” Thank you so much. You're so welcome, Emily. I am just so honored to be on this amazing path with you all doing such amazing hard things and really doing the hard work. It's really an honor to hear these stories and hear the hard things you guys are doing. That being said, let's move over to the show again. Thank you so much, Kristin Neff, for coming on. I just found this episode to be so deeply helpful with some profound concepts and I can't wait to share them with you. Kimberley: Welcome. This is an honor to have with us again the amazing Kristin Neff. Welcome. Kristin: Thank you for having me. Happy to be here with you again. Kimberley: Yeah. You have a new book out, which is by far my favorite. I am so in love with this book—Fierce Compassion. Yes. I actually have mine on my Kindle, so I was holding it up, going, “Look, it's right here.” Kristin: Thank you. Kimberley: I loved this book. Thank you for writing it. This is so important for our community because you're talking about how to use compassion in I think ways that we haven't talked about before and is so important for those people who are suffering with anxiety or just any kind of severe mental illness or struggle. Can you tell me exactly what fierce compassion or fear self-compassion is? Kristin: Yeah. Well, self-compassion, in general, or compassion in general is concerned with the alleviation of suffering. It's a desire to help. It's the desire for well-being of others, and then self-compassion is of yourself. There are really two main faces that it has, the two main ways that it can express itself. There's tender self-compassion, which is really important, which is about self-acceptance. It's about being gentle, more nurturing, warm with yourself, soothing yourself when you're upset, really offering support, being with yourself and all your pain and all your imperfection, and really accepting a kind way. This is a hugely important aspect of self-compassion because most of us don't do this. Most of us think we aren't good enough or we criticize ourselves. We're really harsh with ourselves. This is huge. But it's actually not the only aspect of self-compassion. Sometimes compassion is more of a gentle, nurturing energy, almost like you might say a mother. Metaphorically, a mother or a father, but a parent. Fear self-compassion is more like mama bear, like fierce mama bear. In other words, sometimes in order to alleviate our suffering, we need to take action. Acceptance isn't always the right response when we're suffering. For instance, if you're in a situation that's harmful, maybe someone is crossing your boundaries, or someone is harming you in some way, threatening you in some way, whether it's society. Maybe it's racism, sexism, or some sort of injustice, or whether it's yourself. Maybe you're harming yourself in some way. Although we want to accept ourselves as worthy people, we don't necessarily want to accept our behavior. And so sometimes we need to take action to alleviate suffering. So, that could either be protection against harm. Sometimes it's providing for ourselves. This is especially for women, women who are told they should always self-sacrifice, they should always meet others' needs. Actually, sometimes for self-compassion, we have to say, “No, I'd really love to help you, but I've got something I need to tend to for myself.” So taking action to meet your own needs. And then also motivating change. It's not self-compassionate to let behaviors or situations slide that are not healthy. So, really taking the action needed to motivate healthy change. But it comes from encouragement, not because “I'm unacceptable unless I change.” The tender and the fear self-compassion, they go hand in hand. I like to say it's like yin and yang. We need both and we need them to be in balance. If they aren't in balance, it's a problem. Kimberley: Now this is so good because my first question was how to get it into balance, right? I love in your book, you have a little questionnaire. You fill it out, is there balance, and what side is that all? But can you share how people may get some balance if they're finding they're doing one of the other? Kristin: Yeah. It's a tricky question, right? Because sometimes we don't know, but we need to ask. Really the quintessential self-compassion question is, what do I need right now to be healthy, to be well? And just pausing to ask that question is huge. Usually, we're just doing our daily routine or we're striving to reach these goals that people tell us we need to reach. We don't even stop to say, “Actually, what do I really need to be healthy and well?” So asking that question is huge. And then you may not get it right at first. You may think, oh actually I thought I needed that, and I don't. Really self-compassion is a process. But it helps to know the different types of self-compassion. You might say, “Do I need a little tenderness right now? Do I need some acceptance? Do I need some softness and gentleness? Do I need to kick in the butt? Do I need to get going? Do I need to stand up? Do I need to speak up? Do I need to say no to people? Maybe I'm giving too much of myself in order to find balance.” You really just have to ask yourself the questions. It's really the process of being committed to yourself that you're going to do the work necessary to be healthy and well. Kimberley: Right. You've outlined so many pieces of this puzzle, right? Particularly, and this is why I was just-- I think I reached out to you months before your book came out because I just wanted to hear your opinion on this. For people who are struggling with the inner bully, whether that be the disorder they have, or they're just very self- critical, it can be really hard to stand up to that. Almost feeling like it's just impossible. I've heard people saying like, “This is just who I am. I'm just going to have this voice.” I'm wondering, you might maybe share where would somebody start with this practice? Kristin: Yeah. And then we also need to get in the different parts of ourselves, right? Because the inner bully, that's a part. We also have a part that's compassionate. We also have a part that feels bullied by the inner critic. So, we've got the person who's pointing their finger. We have the person that feels the shame. We've got all these different parts of ourselves. And really all of them need to be treated with compassion, but how that compassion manifests is going to be different. For instance, I have a compassionate motivation exercise in there, where sometimes what we need with an inner critic is we need to thank it. “Thank you for trying to help me.” This may be the only language it has to try to help us, and it needs to feel listened to and heard. “Thank you so much for trying to help me.” It's actually not been that helpful, but I appreciate your efforts. That's almost using more the tender self-compassion for the inner critic. But sometimes it needs the standing up. It's like the mama bear, like, “I'm sorry, I'm not going to listen to that anymore. You can't say that. It's not okay. I'm drawing a line in the sand.” So that's part of it. But then also, we don't want to forget having compassion for the part of ourselves that feels criticized. People who say the inner critic, that's just who I am. Well actually, who they are is, there's a part of them that hurts from the inner criticism. There's a part of them that feels compassion for the pain of that. There's a part of them that's trying to help, keep themselves safe through criticism. Inner critics don't operate really to try to harm. They operate to try to help to keep us safe. I've talked about a lot in my book, my son has very harsh self-criticism and I can see he really believes-- by the way, I'm just going to turn this off. Sorry. It's going to be cooking for me the whole time. Kimberley: No problem. Kristin: My son really believes that if he's hard with himself, somehow, it's going to allow him to get it right not make mistakes. So, usually, our inner critic, some part of it believes that if we're harsh enough with ourselves, we'll get it right not make mistakes. And that's the safety behavior. So, we need to have compassion for that safety behavior at the same time that we don't want to be railroaded by it. It is complex. The human psyche is complex. Pretty much the answer is always compassion. But what form that compassion takes just depends on what the situation is. There's no one-size-fits-all. Kimberley: And I think that it's so important that you're addressing both the yin and the yang side. Because there are times when, let's say somebody's struggling with incredibly painful intrusive thoughts related to their OCD or their disorder, where they need to really just go, “Wow, this is so hard for you. I'm so sorry you're going through this.” But there are other times where you have to be like, “Nope, we're not doing this today. We're not going to go down that road today.” So, I think it's beautiful that you're bringing that Together. Kristin: It's funny, I have to use both sides with my son. He has both autism and OCD, as I was telling you, and anxiety just to make things fun. But sometimes what he needs is he needs my warmth and compassion. Just that caring, that tenderness. He knows always the bottom line is unconditional acceptance. But sometimes they need to draw boundaries. He's learning to drive, for instance, and he started having an episode while he was driving and I'm like, “No, you cannot do this while you're driving. It's not safe.” Part of them doesn't have the ability to stop it, but part of them does. So, it is complex. Sometimes I need to appeal to that part of them that does have the ability, at least temporarily, to say, “I'm not going to go there. You need to choose. You need to stop up.” Sometimes I say it almost really firmly and it shocks him, and it actually helps him to stop. So, it's complicated. Kimberley: It really, really is. Now, it's interesting because you and I were talking before, and I want to touch in because the first part of the book-- the book is directed specifically to women, but it also is addressed to anybody, I think. Kristin: Yeah. All people live both yin and yang. The reason I do it for women is because women are so socialized not to be fierce. And that's partly patriarchy. Women have been kept in their place by not getting angry or not speaking up. So, that's why it's written for women. But a lot of my male friends have read it and they say they get a lot out of it because first of all, all the practices are human. They're for all people, not just women. Kimberley: Right. But the reason I loved it is you did speak directly to getting angry, right? Kristin: Yes. Kristin: There's a lot in the front about getting angry. Is it helpful? Is it not? Do you want to share? I mean, I think a lot of people who are anxious are afraid of their anger or are afraid of that. So, do you want to share a little bit about how people can use these practices for anger? Kimberley: Yeah. Well, because part of the whole messaging of the book is anger communicates expression of compassion. Again, think of fierce mama bear, that ferocity, and think of someone who tries to harm someone you loved. There would probably be this arising of anger that comes up to protect. Anger is a protective emotion. Now again, anger can be problematic for sure. It's very easy. What's the difference between helpful and unhelpful anger? It's dead simple. Helpful anger alleviates suffering, unhelpful anger causes suffering. We know it can do both. But anger should not be undervalued as an important source of protection and compassion. It energizes us, it focuses us, it gives us energy, it suppresses the fear response, especially with people with anxiety. It's funny, my son is afraid of dogs. It's one of his anxious things. I taught him very early on that when a dog is threatening him to rise up and yell at the dog and flop his arms, scare the dog. He does that. It's funny, it also helps suppress his fear response for the dog when he does that because he's basically getting angry and yelling at the dog to back off. I have to say sometimes he overuses it, like he's done that with poodles at the park. I'm like, “Poodle is not a threat. Poodle will survive.” In his mind, the poodle is a threat. So, being able to call on that fierce energy, one of the things it does is it does suppress the fear response. So, if you never allow yourself to be angry, it feeds into that fear response. That anger can actually be opposite to the fear response. Kimberley: Right. This is where this is so beautiful because actually, a lot of the work I do with my patients is, instead of being angry at the dog or expressing anger, is to talk to fear and set the limit with fear. You were talking in the book about the inner critic and the inner voice or it could be the inner fear. I often will have patients say, “No, fear, you can come with me to the dog park or you could come with me to this, but you are not winning,” and getting really strong with an angry back at fear, which I think is another approach. Kristin: Yes, that's right. Again, you can say, “Thank you for trying to help me.” In my son's script, “Thank you for trying to keep me safe, but you aren't helping.” It's both. It's the appreciation. Because we don't want to feel that any parts of ourselves are unacceptable. If we make our inner critic or if we make our anxiety or OCD, or any of those parts of ourselves feel unacceptable, then we're harming ourselves. Kimberley: That's the key point. Kristin: We can accept it with love, with tenderness. Just because my OCD is not helping me doesn't mean it's not acceptable, and act as a way in which it's a beautiful part of me trying to keep myself safe. So, it's differentiating between us as people and particular behavior. Behaviors can be helpful or harmful, but we're always okay exactly as we are. Kimberley: Right. And that's the point. You just dropped the mic on that one. That's so important. This is actually a question more than a statement—as we're navigating, standing up to fear or depression is that we're not disregarding it or criticizing the fear that's inside us either. Kristin: Yeah. Because it serves a purpose. All these emotions serve-- and usually, it comes down to safety or the sense of belonging or some sort of deep survival mechanism because these are all evolutionarily-- they came from our brains and our brains designed to survive. So, they have a negativity bias, say they tend to get really anxious. They tend to use the fight, flight, or freeze response. Fight is the self-criticism, flight is the fear response or shame response, freeze is when you get absolutely stuck over and over again, like rumination. Interesting, which may be related more to OCD. I've never thought about that. But it might be that that loopy might be the freeze response where you're just stuck. All of these evolved as safety mechanisms as a way to avoid, like the lion chasing you, and they still remain in our brains, even though nowadays, most of us, at least in the first world, don't have those types of threats to our physical being as often. Kimberley: Oh, I love it. Okay. You already touched on this slightly and I just want to go over it quickly is, how might people use fierce compassion as a motivator and as something that encourages them? Because I think the way I conceptualize it is, you conceptualize the basketball coach who's like, “Get up in there and just go harder.” It's motivating, but it's almost also very critical. Can you share a little on that? Kristin: Yeah. Self-criticism or harshness does work as a motivator. There are coaches like that who do get some results out of their players, but there's a lot of unintended consequences. Anxiety actually, believe it or not, is one of the poor byproducts of criticism because fear of failure, fear of not performing up to your ability, fear of making mistakes, that actually gets generated. When you know that you're going to beat yourself if you don't reach your goals, then that actually adds to your anxiety, and that makes it harder to reach your goals. Fear of failure, procrastination is a classic example. Self-handicapping, some people do that because they don't want to risk failure because they're too afraid of failing, because they know they're going to be so harsh on themselves if they do fail. But some people make the mistake of thinking that self-compassion is just about acceptance. Like, “Well, it's okay if you don't succeed. Well, everyone is imperfect.” Although it's true, it is okay if you don't succeed, it is true that everyone's imperfect, that doesn't mean that you don't want to succeed. But the reason you want to succeed is very different. Some people want to succeed because if they don't succeed their failure, they're going to hate themselves, they're going to shame themselves. Other people want to succeed because they want to be happy. They care about themselves. They don't want to suffer. It's a much healthier form of motivation. It comes from the desire for care and well-being as opposed to fear of failure or inadequacy. And then because of that, when the bottom line is, “Hey, I'm going to try my best. I'm going to do everything I can to succeed. But if I fail, that's okay too,” what that means is anxiety levels go down. There's less fear of failure. There's less procrastination. There's less performance anxiety. This is the key. When you do fail, you're able to learn from it. I mean, it's a truism that failure is our best teacher. If we shame ourselves when we fail, when we're full of shame, we can't actually learn. We're just hanging our heads. We can't really see clearly. We can't process. But when it's like, “Okay, wow, that hurts. Ouch. Well, everyone fails. What can I learn from this? It doesn't mean that I'm a failure just because I failed.” That ability to learn actually helps your motivation and helps sustain your motivation. It's just much more effective. We know this with our kids and a lot of coaches know it. Not all coaches know, but a lot of coaches know their players. They may be tough like mama bear tough. But the thing about mama bear is you also know mama bear loves you. She's doing it because she cares. When she's just snarling at you, you don't get that sense of being cared for. You get that sense of being inadequate. We know the difference, including with her own internal dialogues. We know the difference. Does this come from a place of care or a place of shame? Kimberley: You know what's interesting, and you probably know this, probably experienced this, but as I was writing my book, I was saying nice things, but I caught myself saying them in a tone that wasn't nice. I was going, “No, I haven't said anything.” I was saying like, “You could do it, keep going,” but the tone was so mean like, “Keep going!” Do you want to share a little bit about that? Kristin: Yeah. Well, tone is so huge. One of the main ways, the idea that the feeling of compassion is communicated, especially the infants before they get language, is through touch and through tone of voice. Universally, we know the certain types of touch that feel caring and supportive and others that feel either indifferent or threatening in some way. Also tone, there's a certain quality to the voice when it's caring versus when it's harsh. Most of that is communicated to infants before they know how to speak. It's not just what you say, it's how you say it, and it's also how you hold your body. There's physical touch. But even just like, is your body slammed or is upright, physical signals of care are really important. We teach both right. Kimberley: I'm asking this actually for myself because it didn't occur to me right now is how might I be fierce with the tone? How does the fierce tone sound? Kristin: Yeah. It's firm, but it's not harsh. It's like, “No, that's not okay,” instead of, “No, that's not okay!” It's not vicious. It's not, “No, that's not okay, you stupid idiot!” It's like, “No, that's not okay.” Kimberley: Yeah. That's the nuance that I think I have to work on. Kristin: “It's not really okay. Is it okay?” It's like waffling and wish-washy. By the way, I'm saying this, it's not easy to get it right, and I get it wrong all the time. Fierceness and tenderness have to be balanced. My problem is, even though I was raised as a woman and for most women, they aren't allowed to be fierce, I'm actually probably more yang than yin just by nature, just by my genes. My problem is I am too fierce without being tender enough. I'm always apologizing and saying, “I'm so sorry, please forgive me,” because I get out of balance the other way. Sometimes I just say it so bluntly and I forget to cushion it with some sort of niceness or reminder that I care. And that's not healthy either. It's a process. It's not like a destination, you get there and you're done. It's like, “Okay, I got it wrong this way, got it wrong that way.” You always have to be trying to recorrect. But as long as you allow yourself not to have to be perfect, then you can keep going. You keep trying. It is a process. It's a process of compassion. The goal isn't to get it right, it's just to open your heart. So, as long as we do all of this with an open heart, out of goodwill, the desire to help ourselves and others, then it's okay. But it is tricky, and I would be lying if I said that it wasn't. It is. Kimberley: Yeah. Here I am thinking that I'm really good at this stuff, and I was hearing my tone and going, “Wow, that's not cool. You're saying kind things, but not with a great tone.” I have two more questions or things I want to touch on really quickly. Will you talk about these two topics of fulfillment and equanimity? I know you touched on them in the book, but I loved what you are to say. Kristin: Yeah. Fulfillment is also an aspect of self-compassion. So, if we want to help ourselves and be well, we really need to value what's important to us. First of all, we need to know our values. Is it just what society says? You have to earn a certain amount of money. You've got to look a certain way. You've got to be popular. What's really important to us? Sometimes it's personal, like music or art or nature. Sometimes it's honesty or sometimes it's helping others. But we know our inner values. Part of compassion is asking ourselves what's really important to us and valuing ourselves enough to actually fulfill our own needs. Again, there's a gender difference. Men have raised feeling entitled to get their needs met. It's not really the question. Of course, I'm going to get my needs met. Isn't it to everyone? Well, actually, not necessarily. Class, and a lot of things go into this, but gender certainly does. Women are valued for being self-sacrificing. Women are valued, especially toward their kids, for denying their own needs and helping others. That's how people like us. That's how we get our sense of worth. So that sets us up in a situation that in order to feel worthy, we have to give up what's important to us, which actually undermines our own sense of self. Sometimes the term we use is “Give to others without losing yourself.” Part of that is knowing what you need to be happy and fulfilled and giving yourself permission to take the time, energy, effort to meet those needs. It's not instead of other people, it's in addition to. It's including yourself in the equation. My research shows that self-compassionate people, they don't subordinate their needs, but it's not like my way or the high way. They actually are more likely to compromise and say, “Well, how can we come to a solution that meets everyone's needs?” And that's really what we need to do to be balanced. Kimberley: Yeah. I loved that. I really did. Oh my goodness, this is so good. Before we finish up, would you tell us where people can hear about you and your book or your books? Tell us where we can get to you. Kristin: Yeah. Probably the easiest place to start is just my website, which is self-compassion.org. If you Google it, you'll find me. I got in early, so all the algorithms come to my website. Just type self-compassion, you'll find me. On that side, I've got, for instance, if you want to test your own self-compassion level, you can take the scale that I created to measure self-Compassion. I have guided meditations, I have practices, I have exercises. I have a new page on Fierce Self-Compassion that especially has fierce self-compassion exercises. I have research. If you're a research nerd, there's hundreds and hundreds of PDFs of research articles on there. There's also a link to the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion, which is really the nonprofit I started with Chris Germer that does self-compassion training. That's also a really good place. You could take courses online. You can get training really easily now. Kimberley: I've taken the training three times and in three different ways. One was a weekend. One was the eight-week course. One was a two-day. I think that can meet everybody. Online, I did one of them that was finished online because of COVID. Really, really great. So, thank you. Is there anything you feel like we've missed that you want to make sure we cover before we finish up? Kristin: I just like to encourage people just to try it out. I mean, the research is overwhelming in terms of the well-being and strength and resilient self-compassion can give you. Life is tough and it's getting tougher every day with this pandemic and global warming. I mean, everything is really, really tough. So, we have this resource available, this resource of friendliness, of kindness, of support, just available at any moment. You don't have to sit down and meditate. You don't have to even go to a class. You just have to think, what do I need to care for myself in this moment? You can actually do it. It's like a superpower that people don't even know they have. It's just like to tell people, “Hey, you've got this ability. It's right in your back pocket. You just need to remember to take it out.” Kimberley: I love that. Thank you. Thank you so much for your time. I'm so grateful. Kristin: You're welcome. Thanks for having me. ----- Please note that this podcast or any other resources from cbtschool.com should not replace professional mental health care. If you feel you would benefit, please reach out to a provider in your area. Have a wonderful day and thank you for supporting cbtschool.com. Links:  Kristen Neff's Website  https://self-compassion.org/ Fierce Self-Compassion  https://www.amazon.com/dp/006299106X/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_BT4GGYF8XFE1TJ7DPGBT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

WELS - Daily Devotions
Ouch – October 22, 2021

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 3:21


Jesus Unmasked
Faith That Heals, Not Faith That Harms (Mark 10:45-52)

Jesus Unmasked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 36:27


"Go; your faith has made you well." Jesus says this after he heals the blind beggar Bartimaeus. What are we supposed to make of this verse? Faith healing verses have been grossly abused. Sometimes, the idea that faith can heal has been used to shame and frighten those who most need comfort and love. Saying "if you only believe and pray hard enough" can actively harm. In the midst of a pandemic where some have opted for prayer over masks, well... But maybe there are some ways in which faith can heal. A closer look at the context is illuminating. "Bartimaeus" means "son of the unclean one." Ouch. He calls out to Jesus as "Son of David." There's a lot going on there. The one deemed "unclean" reaches out to the son of the great king, a Messianic title. So Bartimaeus, while blind, recognizes Jesus as Israel's great hope, the one who will restore Israel to her glory and usher in the Messianic age of peace. Between the "son of the great king" and the "son of the unclean," most people would expect there to be an insurmountable chasm. But Bartimaeus believes in himself enough to call out to Jesus. And when others try to silence him, he calls louder. Jesus subverts expectations of cleanliness and worthiness. He is David's ancestor not by blood but adoption; to those skeptical of the virgin birth, Jesus would have been the "unclean" one. Also, he was born in a barn. Jesus' own cleanliness and righteousness and worthiness were rejected when he was killed as a criminal on the cross. So Jesus was in solidarity with Bartimaeus and others deemed unworthy. This turns ideas of "worthiness" upside-down. Injury, disability, illness... none of these are punishments for sin, and none of these make us less worthy or less loved. Jesus followed merciful, compassionate interpretations of Judaism. (Lest we read this text antisemitically, merciful interpretations of Judaism were not rare; mercy was the faith of the prophets.) Those who would try to say that Bartimaeus was unworthy of mercy because his blindness was punishment for sin might try to suggest that they were the faithful ones. But faithfulness isn't limiting mercy or compassion, and it isn't shaming others. Faithfulness is showing active mercy and love. If faith means not giving up on yourself when things seem bleak and knowing your infinite worth even when others deny it, then faith can indeed help to heal. Jesus' healings weren't so much miraculous as compassionate. To use these stories judgmentally or predatorily is to get it precisely backwards. Do we, not just as individuals, but as a nation, treat those who are disabled or ill as if they deserve their fate? When people are denied medical care for lack of affordability, when a world of inequity prevents people from even seeking the help they need, then we haven't learned enough from the story of Bartimaeus and Jesus. I pray one day our faith in each other drives us to replace systemic greed and apathy with systems of compassion. Adam, Lindsey, and friends discuss about how to understand faith healings – and how not to – this episode of Jesus Unmasked. Come join the conversation every Wednesday at 9 am PT/ 11 am CT on the Raven Foundation Facebook page.

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 165: Playlist #165 (October 21, 2021) and Interview with Dave McAnally (Derision Cult)

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 68:06


Welcome back to the Radio Show and Playlist #165. We have the pleasure of interviewing Dave McAnally from the band Derision Cult. Plus, we have music by the following bands:Waltari feat Niki of Barbe Q Barbies, Sainted Sinners, San Quentin, Conception, Color of Chaos, Derision Cult, Hollow, Mother Iron Horse, Loose Sutures, Straight Six and Hardcore Superstar  Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Podomatic, Podbean, and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

Brooke and Jubal
BUSTED! Cheaters get Exposed (10/20/21)

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 6:25


Imagine coming home to surprise your partner only to find out that they're in bed with someone else.. Ouch. This segment is all about you telling us your worst cheating story EVER. Ready to call your significant other out? We definitely are.

Determined to Dance Podcast
Episode 33 Ordinary Life: Dancing Past Obstacles

Determined to Dance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 5:59


Welcome to the Determined to Dance podcast with your host, Jennifer Hallmark. Today's episode, Ordinary Life: Dancing Past Obstacles, focuses on the unexpected and how to move forward. Are you ready? The world would have us march to its chaotic beat but God invites us to dance in His will and His way. Let's take a moment to be energized, refreshed, and motivated to face the day, one spin and twirl at a time. Show notes: Ordinary Life: Dancing Past Obstacles I'm at the mall, getting a pedicure, and writing this article. I really needed this because I've got to have a moment to think. If you caught last week's episode, you'll remember I mentioned that I was in reevaluation mode. Taking time to see where I've been, where I am, and where I am going. Sounded great at the time. But… I've just found out that time is not on my side. Let me explain. For years, I've had an on-again, off-again problem with my right shoulder. I blame it on softball, discus and shot put in high school track, and farming. It's gotten much worse and I've had several doctor visits lately. Then an MRI. I thought maybe I had a bone spur. Or pulled muscle. Instead, I have a full-thickness tear of my supra-something tendon in my shoulder. Ouch. I'm waiting for my specialist appointment but from what I've read, surgery is probably the best option. The unexpected. An obstacle to say the least. What do you do when you're in the middle of a boot-scooting line dance and your feet are kicked out from under you? Wow. Insert a heavy sigh here and a wide-eyed emoji. Some whining and a tantrum. Mourning and fussing. Sure, I probably need some rest but this isn't what I had in mind. Surgery on my writing arm is a major obstacle to my writing, blogging, and podcasting. So, it's time to move to a different level of reevaluation. A different plan that I had in mind. As I wait for the doctor's visit and probable surgery date, I'm setting a deadline to get my regular and writing life in order. Maybe my search for order can help you to if an obstacle has suddenly landed in front of you. It could be sickness, changes in your family, a loss, or moving away from where you live. In other words, a barrier to ordinary life. Here's my list: I'm giving myself a little time to deal with the shock. Not rushing through it. Not stuffing it. Mourning before I move on. I'm telling God how I feel. He knows anyway and saying it to Him and to trusted friends' help. I'm making a list of anything I might need to do now. Mine consists of: (a) house obligations (b) Yard obligations (c) Church obligations (d) Word Weavers obligations (e) blog & podcast obligations. Examples are: Finish painting my study, finish pruning the bushes for winter (or see that someone does it since I can't), finish the update on the church website, and load and schedule as many posts and podcasts as I can before surgery. I'm crossing out everything that can wait. I'm taking my time as I evaluate each item. I've decided to postpone my fall cleaning until spring. A little dust never hurt anyone, right? I'm ordering the tasks. I like to start with the easy ones so I've already written and loaded my Friday Fiction blog posts through January. I'll keep whittling away at the list. I'm setting a deadline. Delegate everything, I can. (Like the bush trimming and painting) Again, putting off what I can. Like participating in NaNoWriMo, which is writing a new novel in the month of November. My ultimate deadline to work through these steps will probably be a week before surgery. Start. Even though I won't be on the dance floor, in a way, I can rest, read, pray, and encourage other dancers while I recuperate. How about you? I've found that God can use any time and any season we're in for our good if we'll relax and let go. Let's pray: Father God, I don't like for my plans to change. Really, I don't care for change at all. But you know the beginning from the end and I choo...

Christian Men at Work Podcast
Ouch! The Sting of Correction-Selah58-CMAW154

Christian Men at Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 11:21


S   I want to share something that happened to me at my job in the hope that you can learn from and benefit from it. I won't say exactly when this happened, but at some point during my career, I was asked by my boss for a meeting after a contractor I worked with had asked for a meeting with him.  For some context I had not had this boss for very long, less than year, and actually had not gone through my first year-end evaluation with him, and he was new to our facility so he didn't know me or my work.  Well the contractor who asked for a meeting with him basically told him I was not doing a good job working with him and that my peers did a much better job.  He gave a lot of specifics but that was more or less the bottom line. I was nervous about my meeting with my boss since there had been tension between me and this contractor and I knew things were not good between us, but I tried not to stress about it too much leading up to the meeting.  Unfortunately what I heard was worse than I had thought and I basically was told that in this particular area I was not doing well at all.  My contractor 2 days earlier had told him all the things I was doing wrong in my working relationship wit him, and pointed out how my colleagues were doing a much better job than I was when it came to working with him. My meeting was early in the day so I had a full day ahead of me before I could come home and share this all with my wife.  She was a great consoler encourager, and listener.  I shed a few tears. I prayed to God that night for a good nights rest and He answered my prayer. I woke the next morning and had a more meaningful, heart to heart, conversation with God than I had had in a long time.  After that and some time in the Word, I called my friend.  He was the perfect person to call for several reasons.  First he was a friend and cared enough to take the time to listen to me and offer me the truth.  Second, he knew my situation on many levels because, though was retired, he used to do the same job I did, and because he worked for the same employer he knew the people I was talking about.  Third, and most important he had a strong faith in Christ. He had several suggestions for me which I wrote down.  Some had to do with how I handled myself in my job.  He also suggested a few key individuals I should talk to for additional advise. Rather than continuing on with this story, I wanted to stop and share with you some of my key learnings from this episode which I hope you can apply to your situation.   First, I learned that as painful as it is, correction has the benefit of humbling us.  It's a reminder that there is a God and He's not me.  The Bible says humility is good James 4:10 says "Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and He will lift you up." In Matthew 5:5 Jesus said "Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth." Humility is a great way to prevent pride, something the Bible speaks strongly against.  I would say humility is good whether it's forced on you or something you choose willingly, though of course it's much better if you choose it.  Look for pride in yourself and practice humility BEFORE it's forced upon you.  When it comes to your work, remember that God is your provider.  Not you.  Not your employer.  Even your abilities and your discipline and hard work ethic are gifts from your Creator.   Let me point us that correction doesn't automatically humble us.  I would say it automatically embarasses us, but we must choose to be humbled by it.  If we do NOT choose humility, we are at a high risk of one or both of two very undesirable responses.  One is to be angry and the other is to feel sorry for ourselves.  In this particular situation, I felt a strong temptation toward both of these emotions, and I did experience both of those to some degree.  I would say that talking with God and my wife about it were the best ways I found to avoid sinking deep into those emotions.   A second lesson I learned is the importance of friends, and that those friendships are not a given.  It meant so much to me to reach out to my friend for his opinion.  Though I had not been in touch with him for a while due to him moving and retiring, we had built a foundation of friendship that made that phone call possible.  It's kind of like preparing for a storm.  You can't wait for the storm to prepare, you need to have the foresight and discipline to invest in valuable friendships.   A third lesson I learned is that integrity can be independent of skills.  One comment that was made to me that everyone who was voicing complaints about certain things I was not doing well in my work also said that they respected me as a person.  That meant a lot to me.  It didn't change the need to change things, but it reminded me what was most important, and that's integrity.  You can have high integrity and lack skills.  You can have low integrity, and a lack of respect from others, and be highly skilled and "successful" in worldly terms.   A fourth lesson I learned was the importance of periodic self assessment, which includes input from others affected by you.  I've talked in the past about the importance of applying the prayer found in Psalm 139:22-24, which says "Search me, O God, and know my heart; Try me, and know my anxieties; 24 And see if there is any wicked way in me, And lead me in the way everlasting." While we're listening to that still, small voice of God in response to this prayer, we should be lining up our behaviors as WE see them against scripture, AND we should asking for the opinions of others.  We should check in with Christian men we respect, who know us well, for their honest opinion about how we're doing.  When it comes to our job, we should also check in with those who are directly impacted on how we're doing in our job. Don't wait for your mid-year and end of year review with your boss to find out out how you're doing.  Ask the people you work with every day.  One of my response to this event was I immediately started asking those I worked with for their input.  If you want honest input, you need to have some basic trust in place.  If that is lacking then that is your first issue you need to address.   A fifth lesson I learned is to remember the sting.  Do whatever you need to do to bring to your remembrance your feelings immediately after being corrected, so that you don't fall back into complacency and old habits.  If positive change is needed, it also needs to be maintained.  This is especially important if the consequences from your correction are not highly impactful in the long term.     A sixth lesson I learned is the importance of identity.  If the sting of correction you receive from man, in whatever form that takes, is too great, this may be an indication you are not sufficiently grounded in your identity as a son or daughter of God.  If the sting is real but not earth shattering due to your true identity being in Christ, celebrate that fact and appreciate that the same correction earlier in life would have been much more devistating.  That was true for me in this case.  It stung.  More than it should have, but less than it would have in the past.  I still had to check myself and remember that while I knew I needed to make some changes, at the end of the day, I was more than a conqueror because of what Christ had done in my life, and that I was to cast my cares on Him and to be anxious for nothing.  I also reminded myself that this was a small issue in the big picture of God's Kingdom and his plan.    My final comment on this experience is that you feel you have been knocked down a notch or two by an event like this, but as a result you grow closer to God, you have ended up farther ahead than before it happened.     E https://www.christianpost.com/news/viola-brown-credits-faith-for-helping-her-through-wars-pandemics.html   L But if you warn the righteous person not to sin, and he does not sin, he shall surely live, because he took warning, and you will have delivered your soul.” Ezekiel 3:21 - ESV   A   Prepping resource coming   H   Make an appointment with yourself and block that time out on your calendar    

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 235: Ep #235 Interviews with Jeff Scott Soto and Deen Castronovo, 5 Qs with Lee Aaron and music by Black Rose Maze, Wildstreet, Jeff Scott Soto and Tourniquet

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 60:27


Today we have not one interview, but two interviews with two of the nicest dudes in Rock and Metal. Up first, the legendary Jeff Scott Soto. Jeff has a new album out with duets by him and all his friends. Jeff talks about this album and many other things while on the podcast. One of the duets on that new album by Jeff is with Deen Castronovo. Deen stops by to tell us about his recent surgery, Journey news and much, much more. We have music for you by Black Rose Maze, Wildstreet, Jeff Scott Soto and Tourniquet. So turn it up and get ready to rock.Another round of Five Questions and this time it's with Lee Aaron. What questions will Lee answer from the boys?Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, Podbean and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

Intentional Living with Dr. Randy Carlson

Have you ever said to your kids, “Don't do what I do, do what I say”? The Bible has a word for that—it's called hypocrite. Ouch! Dr. Randy helps you to become a person of integrity, where saying and doing agree, and your kids “catch” the right stuff. Sign up for Dr. Randy’s INTENTIONAL ONE […]

Intermittent Fasting Stories

In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Barbara DeLeo from New Zealand. The Delay, Don't Deny community has a new home! Go to ginstephens.com/community to join. When we moved our community off of Facebook in March, we chose a platform that we thought would meet our needs and allow us to connect with each other in meaningful ways. Unfortunately, once we all got there, we realized the technology that looked so amazing on the back end actually didn't function well when members arrived. Their technology was antiquated and simply didn't work. Ouch. We knew the community deserved something better and immediately started looking for a solution. Well, we found exactly what we were looking for. The new community platform is easy to use, has the features our members asked for, it's technologically stable (HOORAY!), and it already feels like home. So, if you tried out the Delay, Don't Deny Social Network and found the technology to be clunky, we promise you won't be disappointed with the new platform. Go to ginstephens.com/community to learn more and to join. Community has been such an important part of my journey. Join us, so we can be a part of yours. We can't wait to meet you! Barbara DeLeo is a romance novelist. She shares that she did not struggle with weight until after college. She rigorously exercised, watched what she ate, and followed various diets, but nothing seemed to work. By the time she was fifty, Barbara was burned out from all the extreme workouts and diets. Through the years, Barbara had heard about IF, but thought it was crazy. But when friends encouraged her and her husband to try IF, she thought, "It's the only thing I haven't tried, so let's do it!" Barbara researched IF, found The IF Podcast, and listened to every episode! She read, Delay, Don't Deny and The Obesity Code. She dove right into the IF lifestyle, and has not looked back! Two years later, Barbara is down two dress sizes. Barbara's advice to new IFers: There's no hurry with IF. It is a definite shift in thinking, and it will bring you freedom. Get Gin's books at http://www.ginstephens.com/get-the-books.html, including her New York Times Bestseller, Fast. Feast. Repeat., available wherever you buy books! Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin: gin@intermittentfastingstories.com Follow Gin on Twitter @gin_stephens Follow Gin on Instagram @GinStephens Visit Gin's website at ginstephens.com Check out Gin's Favorite Things at http://www.ginstephens.com/gins-favorite-things.html See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ouch, You're On My Hair
Episode 164: Playlist #164 (October 14, 2021) and Interview with Chad Smith of Hemlock

Ouch, You're On My Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 75:49


Welcome back to the Radio Show and Playlist #164. We have the pleasure of interviewing Chad Smith from the band Hemlock. Plus, we have music by the following bands:Vandalizer, Devil Cross, False Gods, Knife, Ancient Settlers, Hemlock, Sceptor, Eclipse, Edge of the Blade, Caution Boy and White Crone Join Randy and Troy, for this and every episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, and subscribe to the show on ApplePodcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Podomatic, Podbean, and more. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Ouch, You're on my Hair is brought to you by Dirt Bag Clothing.

Bible Questions Podcast
The Power of Humility. + How Should I Pastor God's Church? Reading 1 Peter 5 #285

Bible Questions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 10:17


Today we focus on the power of humility - how in the world can humility be powerful? It turns out that walking in humility invites God's grace and blessing and living a prideful life invites the opposition of God. Ouch!

Bible Reading Podcast
The Power of Humility. + How Should I Pastor God's Church? Reading 1 Peter 5 #285

Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 10:17


Today we focus on the power of humility - how in the world can humility be powerful? It turns out that walking in humility invites God's grace and blessing and living a prideful life invites the opposition of God. Ouch!

Catholic Daily Reflections
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B - Beyond Good Intentions

Catholic Daily Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 4:19


As Jesus was setting out on a journey, a man ran up, knelt down before him, and asked him, “Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?”  Mark 10:17This story starts out looking quite good.  Here is a young man who is quite wealthy who comes to Jesus with a question grounded in faith.  By asking Jesus what He must do to inherit eternal life, this man most likely believed that Jesus had the answer.  And in his excitement, he wanted direction from Jesus.Jesus tells him that he must keep the Commandments, to which the young man responds that he has observed them from his youth.  But then Jesus says something that this young man never expected Him to say.  He says, “You are lacking in one thing. Go, sell what you have, and give to the poor and you will have treasure in heaven; then come, follow me.”  Ouch!  This must have stung this rich young man in the heart.  The passage continues by stating that this young man walked away sad as a result of what Jesus said.The young man started with good intentions, that is clear.  But good intentions are not enough.  Following Jesus and gaining eternal life is an all-consuming and radical commitment of every part of our lives.  It's not enough to tell Jesus that we will keep the Commandments but that's all.  Sure, that may get us into Purgatory, but what we should desire is Heaven!  So how do we obtain Heaven?We only obtain Heaven through a life of perfection.  Yes, it's true.  If we want Heaven, we must ultimately become perfect in every way.  Every worldly attachment must disappear, and every sin must be overcome.  Our good intentions must turn into a radical and total gift of self to Jesus, seeking Him and only Him.The rich young man walked away sad because he failed to realize that Jesus' invitation to him to give everything away was actually an act of love.  He did not understand that he would find happiness in this radical commitment to follow Christ.Reflect, today, upon the radical call of Jesus in your life.  He wants every part of your life.  You may have good intentions of trying to be good, but are you willing to go all the way following Christ in a full and unlimited way?Lord, I love You, and I want to love You more.  I want to love You with my whole being.  Help me to realize that following You requires a radical and complete gift of myself to You.  May I be ready and willing to let go of any attachment in life that keeps me from following You.  Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

Brooke and Jubal
BUSTED! Cheaters get Exposed (10/06/21)

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 6:21


Imagine coming home to surprise your partner only to find out that they're in bed with someone else.. Ouch. This segment is all about you telling us your worst cheating story EVER. Ready to call your significant other out? We definitely are.

Radio Headspace
Don't Fear Criticism

Radio Headspace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 4:17


Ouch! Criticism and rejection can really sting. But what if instead of getting hung up on how these messages are often delivered, we look into what's actually being said. Perhaps there is some truth to the feedback you're getting, and exploring that could be a key opportunity to grow.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

rSlash
r/TIFU My Cat Thought My

rSlash

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 17:27


r/TIFU In today's episode, OP was taking a shower and chose not to wrap a towel around his waste when he was finished. This turned out to be a terrible mistake, because his wife's new kitten is very curious and playful. So when the kitten so a new *dangly toy* attached to OP's waist, the cat pounced! OP felt SEARING PAIN as the kitten attacked a certain body that should definitely never be attacked by kittens. Ouch! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app